I understand all the words there, but the order in which you have arranged them does not make sense to me. Please explain what you mean. Particularly, please explain what you mean by "precise". As an engineer, you should have an acutely developed understanding of precision.
this is my understanding: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Accuracy_and_precision
I do not see how it relates at all to the Earth's orbit.
Well what I meant, sorry that my terminology lacks proper definition, is that the path in which the Earth takes in its movement around the sun does not vary (or at least much at all?) from its elliptical shape.
You seem to be saying "If things were different, they would be different." Is this a goldielocks argument? Everything is juuuuust right, thus god.
Yes I guess you can describe it that way, but my belief is that the probability of many things that happen in this universe that we take for granted exceed the possibility of happening (i.e. it will not happen)... That is my belief, and because of that belief, I believe that a God had to and continues to play a roll in this universe.
? I do not understand the second half of that sentence. Nor do I understand what being an engineer has to do with it.
Sorry I realized the error as I was closing my laptop, was in a hurry for my final.... In engineering, we use mathematical analysis and other such analytical methods to design, solve, etc.... Now to me, I believe there are things that have occured, are occuring, and will occur that lack any kind of analytical explanation that we can come up with, other than the belief that there is a God.
Great leapin jesus, man. Where on earth are you studying engineering and where did you come up with these ideas?
Please elaborate, as I was unaware that in the field of mechanical engineering, I am introduced to uncontrolled probability theories...